David Harber is keenly aware of his work’s placement on the spectrum of light and time. It is from this place, that he creates sculpture that’s showcased throughout the world.
Alys Beach Crafted beneficiary, The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County, endeavors to champion the arts in the local community.
As a fog sets in along the Gulf coastline, Mark Little walks out to the beach and drops to his knees in quiet contemplation. As if offering a prayer of thanksgiving for the sun peeking over the horizon, as if to let the day begin, Mark assembles his gear, preparing his camera to meet the water for the first time that morning.
Meet David Higgs, designer, furniture fabricator, home builder, sign maker, pie baker, a friend of Alys Beach since its inception.
“What’s your sign?” A pivotal point of introduction, according to Steve Wagner. As an artist and avid astrologer, Steve is fully immersed in the mannerisms of the universe and its significance here on earth—in life and in art.
Picture a Venn diagram. Circles, intersecting, each one with its own characteristics, each one contributing to a melding where they meet. There, in the overlap, is something entirely new. In that convergence of color... well, that’s where the magic is. John Colette, the new curator of Alys Beach’s Digital Graffiti, is a student of that overlap and the beauty found within it.
Tom knew early he would be an architect and seemed to have an understanding then that the pull of the field for him was not only the creativity and art of it, but also the relationship with clients, the exercising of inherent gifts, and the freedom of the lifestyle. Even then, he seemed attuned to the full picture.
Three generations of a family with singularity of purpose have built a distinctive business and honed an ancient craft of architectural millwork.
The Architects of Alys Beach: Bill Ingram
A profile of NEAT mixologist and professional photographer, Katie DeSantis.
An Interview with Texas-based Architect, Michael G. Imber